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Jas0nMacIsaac

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In Topic: 2015 Draft Thread

Yesterday, 06:41 PM

Would also be amazing if Lou could pull off some kind of trade getting a young prospect who's really good but buried under a deep NHL team at his position. Cause he'd be closer to be ready to step in than a late first round or a 2nd round pick.

 

Obviously getting a few 2nd would be amazing cause that's when you feel you can gamble and draft extra of what you need instead of doing a safe pick sometimes with your only 2nd.

 

There is no quick fix to NJ's problem. They have zero offensive depth in the minors. No sure fire top 6 forwards in the system. They really have a mess to fix in the next 3 years.

In Topic: 2015 Draft Thread

Yesterday, 12:40 PM

New Jersey should get either a franchise forward or a potential top line forward in this draft. The key will be getting an extra first or a couple second round picks to get some additional potential top 6 forwards.

In Topic: 2014-15 Prospect Thread

18 December 2014 - 05:34 PM

  1.  NHL and 3 others follow

    Buffalo native Miles Wood with a nice rush up the ice. Showing good speed in this practice and uses his size well.

     
  2.  Danny O'Neill retweeted

    Miles Wood with a great move around Anthony DeAngelo for a shot. Physical, and he can move. Wow, he's leaving a mark. #USAWJC


     
  3. Nobles' Miles Wood definitely leaving an impression. Big boy, just left hit on Michigan's J.T. Compher in an offensive zone drill. #USAWJC

In Topic: A Plan To Try To Right The Ship (For Next Year)

07 December 2014 - 11:11 PM

Well that is something that may have to be addressed with Lamoriello. I believe Conte has to be fired at some point.

In Topic: A Plan To Try To Right The Ship (For Next Year)

07 December 2014 - 10:38 PM

I believe Lou Lamoriello needs to move on, he isn't the guy to rebuild this team. Development has been a problem for this organization for a long long time. Nothing going through Albany is becoming anything.